[INDOLOGY] The Messenger in Sanskrit Inscriptions (Publication Announcement)

Walter Slaje slaje at kabelmail.de
Thu Apr 6 13:33:32 UTC 2017

On behalf of *l’autrice*, it is my pleasure to announce the publication of
her study on the function and tasks of a „messenger“ in the context of
Sanskrit inscriptions.

A sifting of about 3.600 published inscriptions (3rd to 12th centuries) in
Brāhmī- and Nāgarī-scripts yielded 230 documents issued by more than 40
dynasties containing information relevant to the subject. The
documentation, analysis and evaluation of these significant inscriptions
form the core of the book, which has been written in the German language:

Katrin Einicke, Der Bote im vormodernen Indien. Nach inschriftlichen

Halle: Universitätsverlag Halle-Wittenberg 2017. (Studia Indologica
Universitatis Halensis. 9). pp. 178, EUR 59,--

ISBN 978-3-86977-160-1




Prof. Dr. Walter Slaje
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D-99425 Weimar

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